-The Wall Street Journal has DOZENS of jobs -- editors, reporters, assistants. Take a look through them!
-The Committee to Protect Journalists has several job openings, including for a technology editor and reporter.
-ThinkProgress has an opening for a video producer and editor. Don’t need that much experience.
-CNN has an opening for a digital newsdesk editor, based in Atlanta. Need four years experience.
-The New York Times is hiring a photo editor in their Gainesville, Florida photo editing bureau. Don’t need much experience at all.
-The New York Times Syndicate, which pushes out its content to other countries, is hiring an editorial assistant.
-Thrillist has a few job openings, including for its Snapchat stories.
-Everyone’s favorite company, Medium, is hiring an articles editor to edit features and columns.
-WGBH in Boston has a bunch of openings for assistants, producers and reporters.
-The alt-weekly Phoenix New Times is looking for a culture editor to oversee all music, arts and culture coverage.
-The Dallas Observer is hiring a news editor to oversee general news coverage.
-Artsy is looking for an editor to oversee its art history coverage. Need three years experience.
-Vermont Public Radio is hiring a news producer and a news editor. Live in beautiful Vermont! Go skiing!
-NJ Advance Media is looking for a web developer for their excellent data reporting team, and also looking for a local news reporter.
-The Verge has a bunch of openings for editors, writers and social media managers!
-Adweek is hiring multiple editors. Email [email protected].
-The newly-revived DC-ist is looking to hire a staff writer.
-The New York Review of Books is looking for a paid intern. Those interested should send a summary of their experience and samples of their writing as soon as possible to [email protected]. They ask for a six month commitment. The job is full-time and comes with healthcare. $13 an hour.
-Popular Science is hiring a PR manager. Will also work on a few other Bonnier Corp titles.
-From Ben Schiller:
“We're launching a new online magazine about blockchain technology, based in NYC. We're hiring several writers, both full time and freelance. The magazine is focused on social good, big futuristic ideas, and the culture of blockchain (so less about cryptocurrency trading than other sites). We're looking for smart reporters, thinkers and analysts, preferably based out of our South Street Seaport office. The launch is set for the end of May. Knowledge of blockchain preferred (but not necessary);. Freelancers are also very much wanted, at very competitive rates. We’re different from other crypto sites: not about currency trading; more about social uses of blockchain, blockchain culture, decentralization, future of the internet, big ideas. Email [email protected].”
-Black Youth Project is looking for a staff writer to write a few days a week at $15/hr.
-Business Insider is “looking for people who can write/report timely, viral stories at quick turnaround (both assigned and pitched). Pay rate is $75 a post and there's an opportunity to do tons of writing if interested! You can reach me at [email protected].”
-The Washington Post’s Going Out Guide is looking for writers on D.C. dining, nightlife, and entertainment. [email protected].
-If you skipped over the Jobs section, check out the last description for a cryptocurrency freelance opportunity.